“It is a Great Comfort to Know One's Work is Appreciated” by Michel-Vincent Corbeaux and Rob MacWolf
In a bit of a mystery, three detectives argue over a clue: a cryptic poem. Which of them, if any, understand what it really means?
Today’s story is “It is a Great Comfort to Know One's Work is Appreciated” by Michel-Vincent Corbeaux, who is soon to self-publish his first poetry collection titled "From the Plume" and is also an admin for the Wildside Literature Telegram group; and by Rob MacWolf, recently published in When the World Was Young by the Furry Historical Fiction Society.
Read for you by Rob MacWolf — werewolf hitchhiker.
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